According to ottawasenators.com
Ottawa Senators general manager John Muckler announced the club has agreed to terms on a two-year entry-level contract with centre Alexei Kaigorodov. Kaigorodov was Ottawa’s second-round pick, 47th overall, in the 2002 NHL draft.
Simply put, there is too much Wang slander going on in this forum.
As obscure as the DiPietro signing is there is a lot more to be said…
Note: there was more important news on the day than that signing.
First round draft pick Jiri Tlusty had the winner as the Leafs defeated the Canadiens 3-2 in the rookie tournament final at Ricoh Coliseum. Justin Pogge made 34 saves for the win. The Maple Leafs main training camp opens on Friday. Earlier on Tuesday, in the 3rd vs. 4th game, Florida defeated York University 9-1.
According to Philly.com, Keith Primeau is set to retire by the end of the week.
here is the link.
The Mighty Oilers of Edmonton have signed Joffrey Lupul to a 3yr contract worth $6.935 million.
It’s a great day in the Oiler’s Nation!!!
The Philadelphia Flyers have signed Vancouver Canucks restricted free agent forward Ryan Kesler to an offer sheet. The deal is worth $1.9 million for one season.
The Vancouver Canucks have seven days to match this offer, but if they choose to walk away for financial reasons, they will receive a second round draft pick.
The Islanders will sign center Viktor Kozlov to a one-year deal, The Post has learned, though goalie Rick DiPietro .
The New York Islanders will announce today that they have signed goalie Rick DiPietro to a 15-year, $67.5 million contract.
Ok I know your all sick of the rumors. So here is my last rumor about leetch until he is signed by the New York Rangers. Reports have been floating over the end of last week and these are the biggest Rumors from good sources since the Internet talks formed a life of it’s own.
NY Daily News and insidethecode.com are the top sources for new rumors that Brian Leetch is either COMING HOME or not playing any more.
Sportsnet.ca — Trevor Linden will be back for another year with the Canucks. Sportsnet has learned the 17-year NHL veteran has agreed to a one-year deal in Vancouver.
The Philadelphia Inquirer announce that Simon Gagné has signed a 5 years deal earning an everage of a bit over 5M$ per year.
Our Season Preview will be released on September 27 (at least, that’s our goal).
Todd Bertuzzi speaks out; correctness?
What will happen to Simon Gagne?
Plus, which teams are most likely to pull a trade after/during training camp and pre-season?
The Tennesean reports that Vokoun, who will earn $2.28 million this season under the terms of his current contract, has inked a new four-year deal that will kick-in after this season ends. Financial terms were not reported.